How to Remove Sway Bar Bushings?

Answer There are two types of sway bar bushings used in most cars or light trucks. The frame bushings attach the sway bar to the frame of the vehicle, and the end link bushings attach the ends of the sway... Read More »

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How to Change Sway Bar Bushings?

Sway bar bushings wear down after a while and can create a looseness in the control of your steering and also make clunking noises in the front end. The sway bar connects the left wheel to the righ... Read More »

How to Lubricate Sway Bar Bushings?

Sway bars, or stabilizer bars, are the part of the suspension system in a vehicle that reduce road noise and body roll, stabilize vertical wheel movement and absorb shock from the body of the vehic... Read More »

How to Change the Sway Bar Bushings on a Corolla?

The sway bar on a Corolla regulates lateral movement of the vehicle when the car enters or exits a turn. These sway bars have bushings that mount them in place as well as some on the end links that... Read More »

How to Install Sway Bar Bushings in a Cherokee?

Jeep's Cherokee model uses a sway bar to help the body remain in proper alignment with the chassis when maneuvering. Brackets that contain sway bar bushings hold the sway bar to the Cherokee's fram... Read More »